Greben

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Greben is prominent geological section and viewsight, „the most beautiful hill on the Balkan” as has been named by Žujović yet in 1900. It is located at the end of Boljetin hill, along the Danube banks at the 119 m a.s.l. altitude. The gorge Gospodjin Vir as well as the archeological site Lepenski vir is visible from its summit. Greben is made of Jurassic and Lower Cretaceous sediments that overlain Paleozoic basement (Permian clastites and volcaniclastites) and that were deposited at 1-3 km depths.

Geological section of Greben. Key: 1. Permian; 2-3. Lower and Mid-Jurassic; 4-7. Upper Jurassic; 8. Marly limestones with cherts of Berriasian stage; 9. Marly limestones and cherts with ammonites of Valanginian stage; 10. Marlstone and marly limestone with ammonites of Hauterivian stage; 11. Marlstone with pyritized ammonites of Barremian stage; 12. marlstone and marly sandstone of Aptian and Albian stages; 13. Crystalline schists.

Geological section of Greben. Key: 1. Permian; 2-3. Lower and Mid-Jurassic; 4-7. Upper Jurassic; 8. Marly limestones with cherts of Berriasian stage; 9. Marly limestones and cherts with ammonites of Valanginian stage; 10. Marlstone and marly limestone with ammonites of Hauterivian stage; 11. Marlstone with pyritized ammonites of Barremian stage; 12. marlstone and marly sandstone of Aptian and Albian stages; 13. Crystalline schists.